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Kei Nishikori produced some impressive tennis to beat Stan Wawrinka in a rematch of their US Open semi-final on Monday at Londons O2 Arena. WHOLESALE SOCCER JERSEYS . World No 5 Nishikori lost their Flushing Meadows battle earlier this year and had lost four of his six meetings with Wawrinka going into their latest clash at the ATP World Tour Finals. Six months half price Upgrade to Sky Sports to watch Man Utd v Arsenal on Saturday and get the first six months half price But Nishikori, who made the semi-finals of the Tour Finals in 2014, found the speed of the court to his satisfaction to secure a 6-2 6-3 win in the John McEnroe group that also contains world No 1 Andy Murray and Marin Cilic. Shots of the matchNishikori was at full stretch, but somehow kept his racket head steady to power back an angled volley winner during a dominant opening set. Described by Sky Sports tennis analyst Mark Petchey as arguably the hardest shot in tennis to hit a winner off. Watch Nishikoris stunning backhand volley at full stretch Third-ranked Wawrinka wasnt to be outdone though and struck this flashy forehand winner using an open stance, big lunge with no forward movement to his body weight. It was all arm with little hip rotation. Thats what made him a three-time Grand Slam winner. Wawrinka pulled off this stunning forehand winner during his match against Nishikori Expert analysis He was so dominant and it was a little disappointing the way Wawrinka went away in that match. I wonder if that left knee is bothering him? Annabel Croft Nishikori was great and did everything right out there today and Stan The Man wasnt there today. It was a combination of greatness and a guy who was a little bit flat. Greg Rusedski The matchUS Open champion Wawrinka, wearing tape around his knee, felt intense accumulative pressure from Nishikori, who made the breakthrough at the fourth time of asking, with some trademark ball-striking from the baseline to take a 3-2 lead. Nishikori joined Sky Sports tennis analyst Leif Shiras at the SkyPad The Japanese star held serve before breaking for the second time by taking advantage of some inconsistent serving by Wawrinka.Nishikori served up 11 winners in 29 minutes of dominant tennis. Nishikoris impressive second serve return placement during a dominant opening set against Wawrinka Some jaw-dropping forehands, with length and pace kept Wawrinka at bay in the next and he soon moved ahead with a somewhat lucky break in the fifth game after his blocked return dropped tantalisingly over the incoming Swiss and found the baseline.Wawrinka opened the door in ninth game to hand Nishikori his first match point, which he took with aplomb, forcing his opponent into another unforced error - his 31st of the match - to seal victory in 67 minutes. Wawrinka v Nishikori: Match Stats Wawrinka Nishikori Aces 5 5 Double faults 3 1 First serve points won 62% 80% Second serve points won 38% 73% Break points saved 3/7 0/0 Total points won 41/101 60/101 Check our game-by-game coverage from all group matches at the ATP World Tour Finals in London - including Andy Murray - on skysports.com/tennis, our app for mobile devices and iPad and our Twitter account @skysportstennis.Upgrade to Sky Sports now to watch Man Utd v Arsenal this Saturday and get the first six months half price! Also See: As it happened... Now well see the real Novak Tour Finals: Panel predictions Murray: Faster court a benefit CHEAP JERSEYS .Y. -- Bills receiver Stevie Johnson has a bone to pick with the NFL schedule maker. WHOLESALE JERSEYS . Q: Team Canada announces their Olympic roster three weeks from today. Who is general manager Steve Yzerman watching? LeBrun: Over the last 48 hours, hes taken in the home-and-home between the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche with Jamie Benn and Matt Duchene being the obvious targets. http://www.chinacheapwholesalejerseys.com/ . The winner Saturday will remain in the elite 10-team field next year. "We talked about wanting to be disciplined and stick with our game plan and good things will come," Draisaitl said, who had two goals for the victors. If you own Matt Ryan (344 passing yards and four TDs) or Jameis Winston (261 passing yards and three TDs), then youre off to a great start in Week 9.So lets keep it going!Injuries heading into Week 9:QB Ben Roethlisberger -- kneeRB Carlos Hyde?-- AC jointRB Spencer Ware -- concussionRB DeMarco Murray -- toeRB Theo Riddick -- ankleWR Randall Cobb -- hamstringWR Amari Cooper -- backWR Steve Smith Sr. -- ankleWR Travis Benjamin -- kneeWR Jeremy Maclin -- groinTE Hunter Henry -- kneeTE Delanie Walker -- groinOther news and notes:WR/RB Ty Montgomery -- will be the lead back for the Packers on SundayRB Frank Gore -- expected to get more touches for the ColtsRB Tim Hightower -- will get touches against the 49ersRB Dion Lewis -- expected back in Week 10RB C.J. Prosise -- will get increased touches against the BillsWR Corey Coleman -- expected back this week for the BrownsTE Dwayne Allen -- expected back for the Colts SundaySix teams have bye weeks: the Bears, Bengals, Patriots, Cardinals, Texans and Washington, which means slim pickings come Sunday ... yet again. (Thank-you, Roger Goodell.)LocksQB Dak Prescott @ ClevelandPrescott passed for over 280 yards and had three total touchdowns last week against a good Eagles defense. This week, he faces a Browns defense that has allowed 2,308 passing yards and 19 touchdowns in eight games. Oh my! Cleveland has given up the third-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season, which makes Prescott a QB1 this week.(Other: Marcus Mariota @ San Diego)WR Terrelle Pryor Sr. vs. DallasPryor has been a target monster this season, with 25 more targets than any other player on the Browns. Cleveland will more than likely be playing from behind on Sunday against Dallas, which could result is a hefty aerial attack. That would benefit Pryors numbers.(Others: Jarvis Landry vs. New York Jets;?Brandin Cooks @ San Francisco;?Golden Tate @ Minnesota)RB Melvin Gordon vs. TennesseeGordon is fourth among backs in fantasy points per game this season and looked great against a tough Broncos defense last week. Hes putting up numbers rushing and receiving, which gives him even more value in PPR leagues. He does have a tough matchup against a Titans defense that ranks fifth in rushing yards allowed this season, but Gordon is still a must-start in leagues.(Others: Matt Forte @ Miami;?DeVontae Booker @ Oakland)TE Antonio Gates vs. TennesseeThe Chargers are dealing with a lot of injuries heading into Week 9, which could be good for Gates owners, considering he should be Philip Rivers main target on Sunday. The Titans have surrendered the eighth-most fantasy points and fourth-most yards (70 yards per game) to tight ends this season.(Other: Kyle Rudolph vs. Detroit)FlopsQB Blake Bortles @ Kansas CityBortles is just downright horrible this season, and it doesnt look like things will get any easier for him in Week 9. The Jags head to Arrowhead to face a Chiefs defense that loves interceptions more than most. Even though Bortles is a great garbagee-time gunslinger, I still say bench him against Kansas City, which is ranked 14th in passing defense. CHEAP SOCCER JERSEYS. #BenchBlakeWR Jeremy Maclin vs. JacksonvilleMaclin is dealing with a groin injury, doesnt have his usual starting quarterback (Alex Smith) and is expected to be shadowed by Jalen Ramsey on Sunday. Thanks, but no thanks.RB Rashad Jennings vs. PhiladelphiaJennings is the lead back for the Giants, but they are expected to mix it up a bit moving forward. He hasnt rushed for over 49 yards in any of his last three games, so anticipate seeing the G-Men work in Paul Perkins, Bobby Rainey and Orleans Darkwa against the Eagles on Sunday. Philadelphia has given up the 14th-fewest fantasy points to running backs this season.TE Jack Doyle @ Green BayDwayne Allen is expected back this week for the Colts, which means Doyles target share will take a hit. Green Bay has allowed the 12th-most fantasy points per game and ranks 25th in yards allowed per game to tight ends. Doyle becomes a TE2 due to Allens return. Bummer!SleepersQB Colin Kaepernick vs. New OrleansKaepernick has a favorable matchup against the Saints this week. He has only completed 46 percent of his passes in two games but has rushed for 150 yards as well, which makes him a QB1 in Week 9. Keep in mind Andy Dalton, Carson Palmer, Tom Brady and Kirk Cousins are on a golf course sipping Transfusions. Kaepernick is a nice next man up. New Orleans has given up the 12th-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season.(Honorable mention: Nick Foles vs. Jacksonville)WR Ty Montgomery vs. IndianapolisMontgomery didnt play last week due to symptoms from a sickle cell trait. This week, he is listed as the Packers lead back against an Indianapolis defense that is ranked 21st against the run. And thanks to the ESPN Fantasy suits, you can play Montgomery as a running back as well. Love me some Ty this week!(Honorable mentions: Cole Beasley @ Cleveland;?Sterling Shepard vs. Philadelphia;?Donte Moncrief @ Green Bay;?Kenny Britt vs. Carolina)RB Charcandrick West vs. JacksonvilleWest should be the most coveted waiver-wire pickup this week. Spencer Ware is out due to a concussion, and West is next man up. Kansas City takes on a Jacksonville defense that allowed the Titans to run all day on them in Week 8. The Jags are allowing over 124 rushing yards a game and are ranked 27th in the league against ball carriers.(Honorable mentions: Jay Ajayi vs. New York Jets;?DuJuan Harris vs. New Orleans; Tim Hightower @ San Francisco)TE Dennis Pitta vs. PittsburghPitta is a target monster. The only problem is that he is not targeted much in the red zone. Pitta averages a little over seven targets per game, and Pittsburgh allows a little over seven fantasy points per game. The Steelers have given up the 10th-most fantasy points to tight ends this season.(Honorable mention: Eric Ebron @ Minnesota) Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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